First published May 1st 2002 - More than 12 years ago
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Fly gallery 2002
All 5 pictures
A bass bug
Nikon 995, ½ size
Nikon 775, ½ size
Nikon 995, full size, cropped
Nikon 775, ½ size
Fly tied by Jay Lee. Nikon 995, very close up
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